The U.S. Council of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) has issued a new report aimed at guiding parents and bishops concerning the problematic direction the Girl Scouts have been taking in recent years and is leaving it up to them to decide what level of involvement they want to have with the group.
Feminists around the world are howling in rage after Spiderman actress Kirsten Dunst revealed that she believes men need to be men and women need to be women in order for relationships to work.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron is delivering a bold Easter message in which he calls upon the British to reflect upon what Christianity brings to the nation and calls for more evangelization and protection for persecuted Christians.
Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
Dr. Nirav Sha, New York State’s Health Commissioner, has resigned after a lawsuit revealed that his department was inspecting tanning salons more than the 225 abortion facilities in the state.
At a time when the rights of faithful Americans are being repeatedly attacked by special interest groups, Pope Francis issued a timely warning about “a dictatorship of a narrow line of thought” that kills “people’s freedom, their freedom of conscience.”
Researchers have found a link between people who are likely to forgive themselves and the damage caused to the body by stress, saying those willing to “cut themselves some slack” may actually live longer than those who don’t.
Bishop Peter J. Jugis, head of the diocese of Charlotte, issued a statement expressing his shock over the conduct of parents at last week’s assembly at Charlotte Catholic High School who reacted with “uncharitableness and disrespect” over the hosting of a speaker who addressed Catholic teaching on sexual morality that some students found offensive.